Ninjamoped (formerly known as Rymdreglage) are back with more chiptunes, video games and LEGO. Their latest stop-motion videos feature popular NES games recreated using LEGO.
We’re getting hungry just watching this short animated stop-motion flick by Brooklyn animator Lori Samsel. The entire animation was made from Japanese rice crackers. Crunchy and delicious!
This darkly comic stop-motion animation tells the story of a vacationing couple and their encounter with a stranger they’re convinced is the notorious Zodiac Killer. Go behind the scenes here.
YouTube sensations OK Go offer up their latest pop tune, in this odd little stop-motion vid clip. While it’s not groundbreaking like some of their other clips, it still must have taken a ton of work to shoot.
We have no idea what’s going on in Steve Kostanski’s “sci-fi/action/horror/comedy epic,” but it involves stop-motion, kung-fu, and demon-nazi-vampires, and a guy named Dr. Scorpius.
This stop-motion video by Romain Pergeaux and Alex Profit takes us on a rapid-fire journey to cities around the globe. The video was shot using a Sony HX5V still camera, then edited together at 8-fps.
Two-dimensional skateboarders ride, grind and yes, spill in this wonderful stop-motion animation by Tilles Singer, made using magazine cut-outs as well as digital pictures.
Even if you don’t understand Portuguese, Brazilian band Skank’s Noites de um VerÃ£o Qualquer sings a universal language: it’s a quirky mix of stop-motion and regular video.
Stop-motion LEGO isn’t new, but Fancy Pants Productions’ The Force Unleashed has the lightsaber duel down pat with everything from stormtroopers with bad aim to dramatic pauses.
With a soundtrack set to The National’s “Slow Show”, Tobias Boesen’s Out Of A Forest will either leave you feeling fuzzy or hopping mad; it’s a fantastically shot CG/stop-motion film.
If only all of life was as easy as copying, pasting and undoing: Adobe Photoshop Cook is a whimsical stop-motion short film on making butter cookies; next up: click-drag-ingest.
Rhett&Link’s T-shirt War puts our paltry graphic tee collection to shame, with Rhett and Link changing shirts over 100 times each in a stop-motion battle; yes, the 222 t-shirts are for sale.
Disco dancing sounds and looks good on paper with Rob Diaz’s Elio, which shows the perils of going Travolta at your 9-5; the stop-motion short film was shot using a Nokia XpressMusic 5800.
With the winner selected form 100,000+ votes, you’d have to be bad to not see how this thriller ends: Jackson vs. Bean is a sweet stop-motion dance battle that’ll literally transform you.
Even if you take The Machine at face value (The Matrix w/puppets), it’s hard to miss its morality play angle; it’s otherwise a gorgeous stop-motion film styled like an old-time nickel arcade.
It’s essentially an ad for their PEN cameras, but Olympus’ PEN Story itself merits a story: it’s a stop-motion video composed of 9,600 developed prints out of a total of 60,000 shots.
The one thing better than real fireworks is fireworks you can eat: PES’ aptly-named Fireworks is a short but “sweet” stop-motion film with exploding Candy Corn, Sour Balls and Peeps.
Breno Pineschi’s Suco de Laranja is a stop-motion video that uses oranges, melba toast and a juice squeezer to create a synthesizer that any DJ would love to take for a spin.
Evelien Lohbeck’s Notebook is a series of reality-questioning animated shorts that are themselves encapsulated in a stop-motion short; anyone else feeling a bit M.C. Escher-ish?
Iron Man vs. Bruce Lee is an odd smackdown, but we’re still glad Patrick Bolvin created this awesome stop-motion video; a mystery third (and fourth) party is revealed at the end.
While this Scintillation video is no doubt beautiful, it’s the method that’s most amazing: it’s a 35,000 shot stop-motion film with fantastic DoF focus shifts and live projection mapping.
Made with a ton of books and paper cutouts, This Is Where We Live is a stop-motion short film shot over three weeks this past Fall using a home-made dolly and still camera.
We’ve seen plenty of stop-motion vids, but this music video directed by Cesar Kuriyama takes the cake, with 45,000 images shot by a Nikon D200 over the course of 14 months.
More tilt-shifting: The Little People is a collection of photographs with miniature figures in often comedic (and occasionally macabre) situations throughout London, by Slinkachu.
This commercial for Dutch game retailer Bol.com is on permanent repeat in our office; we just can’t stop laughing, even though there’s a poor little girl in it. Please don’t hate us for being evil.
We’ve been having a bit too much fun with light painting lately, but we can’t help it: this trippy stop-motion 4th of July video by Jon Thomas is perfectly set to MGMT’s “Kids”.
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